Call out for Programme Facilitator

Callout opens: Tuesday 21st Dec  Callout Closes: Wed 12th Jan 2022 at 23:59 Interviews: week of 17th Jan  Starting date: 7th February 2022 About Market Gallery:  Market Gallery is an artist-run space in Glasgow’s East End, established in 2000 and currently run by a programming committee and a board of trustees. The committee work collaboratively…

Screening “suspiration!” by Camara Taylor

Market is very excited to screen Camara Taylor’s film suspiration! (2021) suspiration! has grown out from the reflection on pinning, which Camara has explored during Market’s Studio Projects Home Residency in 2020.   Suspiration, [noun]—a long deep breath or a sigh. The film is a collage of photos, texts, newsreels, body sounds and gestures collected over four years.…

Home Residency | Tilly P-M

Market’s 2021 Studio Projects Home Residency has been awarded to Tilly P-M.  “What could live beyond the plughole, in the pipes?” For the next three months, Tilly will look at mystical mundanity, the gaps around us (metaphorical and physical) being a seedbed for fantasy of self, objects and our surroundings. Making animatronic coded creatures from…

UNDONE

Market Gallery is inviting expressions of interest from Scotland based artists to participate in UNDONE – a conversation about practice facilitated by Aman Sandhu.

Collaborative Residency | Cat McClay and Éiméar McClay

Market’s 2021 Studio Projects Collaborative Residency has been awarded to Cat McClay and Éiméar McClay. They are developing a project focused on the corrupt network of social institutions (Magdalene laundries, mother and baby homes, etc.), which were run by the Catholic church in Ireland during the 20th century. Through a combination of 3D animation, video…

She’s a bit much

“She’s a bit much” is an online research and alternative publishing platform devised by Catalina Barroso Luque and Jude Browning.

Resource Library

Our Resource Library is a small lending library home to a growing collection of books on anti-racism and solidarity across global political movements. The library will be open twice weekly and will function as an educational resource and a community space where learning and conversations can take place. Opening Hours By appointment + whenever we…